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Aug 7, 2013 11:00am PDT
'mdifference? the president may be defining spying in a way different than his critics does. is what the nsa and just revealed the dea does spying? perhaps yes, perhaps no. >>> technology news, facebook says it is changing the way ba(ñ updates are presented to you in the timeline, very straightforward how one thing's picked over another. advertisers really want to know how this works. facebook says it's going to start explaining the process better. what we do know this morning that people or things that you like will be seen more often if you click like and if you look through a friend's photo album, that friend's update's going to show up more often. facebook says the average facebooker has 190 friends who make 1500 updates total a day. a lot of good content that you're not seeing. by the way, that's seven updates per person, in case, guys, you were trying to do the math. >> i was trying to do the math. glad. all right. didn't happen. a hundred friends? i have like four. >> ñ1089. you ha you have more than that. meteorologist christina loren, what is going on? >> heard from lawrence's microphone out there
Aug 1, 2013 11:00am PDT
, of course, online at >>> on the international scene, russia has granted former nsa contractor edward snowden temporary asylum and his lawyer says after about a month in hiding, snowden has, in fact, finally left that airport. snowden wanted by the united states on charges under the espionage act. nbc's jim maceda has more from moscow. >> reporter: american fugitive, edward snowden, was into his sixth week inside the transit lounge of the airport here in moscow. it seemed to be lining up he would spend more time there until today it was confirmed by snowden's lawyer that snowden was issued temporary asylum in russia. when asked where snowden was going, he said he would not say, citing security reasons. now, a top russian official said that the snowden incident was insignificant, from the kremlin's point of view, and he hope it is would not damage relations already strained with the united states. washington is apparently crafting a response and certainly, this is going to come as discouraging news. but it might mean that all bets are off for a key summit meeting to t
Aug 5, 2013 11:00am PDT
the weekend until the muslim holy month of ramadan is over. interseptember credited to the nsa show al qaeda militants have been discussing what a senior um u.s. official described as a single significant event or a series of simultaneous attacks most likely in the middle east. no specific threat to the united states but officials couldn't rule one out either. president obama gathered his national security team. congressional leaders given classified briefings. >> there ease been an awful lot of chatter out there. chatter means conversation among terrorists about the planning that's going on. very reminiscent of what we saw pre-9/11. >> reporter: senior intilly against officials say it starts in yemen. the same group that put an underwear bomb on a flight to detroit and mailed one in a printer to chicago. they're seeking revenge after its deputy commander was killed last month in a drone strike. >> reporter: al qaeda militants have been experimenting with surgically planting a bomb inside an attacker's body. >>> thanks, rich. >>> that threat has police in san francisco also reacting going in
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